Green's scoring passes were for four, 32, and seven yards, the first two coming in the first 15 minutes of the game. He already has four touchdown catches on the season, as he had one in the season-opening win over the Indianapolis Colts. He finished with five catches for 69 yards on the night, both of which were lower than his totals in Week 1.
Dalton continued to impress, as he rallied the Bengals for their first win, throwing two touchdowns in that game, which ended with a similar score. He also found Tyler Boyd for a touchdown pass in the second quarter, making all of his scoring throws come before halftime. Boyd finished with six catches for 91 yards to lead the Bengals, who did have one offense weapon go down.
Running back Joe Mixon finished with just 84 yards rushing, as he exited the game early with a knee injury. It was announced after the game that he will miss two to four weeks after undergoing knee surgery.
The Ravens did not go down quietly, as Joe Flacco threw for 376 yards and two touchdowns, but his two interceptions hurt them late. Baltimore did get the deficit back down to five on John Brown's touchdown catch in the fourth. Randy Bullock then helped Cincinnati pull away for good with two fourth-quarter field goals to seal the win.
Cincinnati will hit the road next week for a tough matchup against Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. The Ravens will look to bounce back when they play host to the Denver Broncos.